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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — South Pasadena Journal — 2 March 1988
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — South Pasadena Journal — 2 March 1988
....when you don’t have time to waste! ouuLli Pasadena Postal Center . -—lOl2 Fair Oaks, So. Pasadena P.O. BOX RENTALS 24 HOUR ACCESS • PRIVATE MAIL BOX RENTALS •CONFIDENTIAL • FORWARDING SERVICE (call for your mail first to save time) "Our Address Is Your Address" UPS Shipping Next Day Air Letters Next Day Air Packages 2nd Day Air Packages N' •TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE / \ V -V, Additional Services Available UNION Money Transfer Service Telegram Mailgram - Agent 799-2492 stf VIED ON PRICE 112 flowers GUT ALL /A 1312 fx //// y/ kaiser &amp; flowers % // FAIR OAKSAVE S %S&amp;ZXA A lak m sw WS4" (818) 441-2349 It's a pleasure to Join with our business neighbors in saying tflau/tA
How the city celebrated [Newspaper Article] — South Pasadena Journal — 2 March 1988
How the city celebrated Opening celebration South Pasadena kicked off its centennial celebration during last year's Fourth of July parade. Riding in an old fire engine were members of the centennial committee, the centennial logo designer, "Oskee" the Ostrich, city mascot and winner of the city slogan contest for the year, "South Pasadena, 1888-1988—Let's Celebrate." Name that ostrich Arroyo Vista School student Teresa Bruns was presented with a stuffed ostrich and other prizes by city mascot Oskee the ostrich for being winner of the name the ostrich contest put on by the centennial committee. Because the Cawston Ostrich Farm was such a big part of the city's past, the ostrich was adopted as the city mascot for the 1888 to 1988 celebration. Centennial logo designer Centennial Committee member Ben Lizard! announced that Diane Kashy was the winner of the logo design contest last August. The design was chosen and approved the city council and the committee. City souvenirs The South Pas...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — South Pasadena Journal — 2 March 1988
JUNIPPCR'S/ FLORIST 700 FAIR OAKS AVENUE SOUTH PASADENA 91030 (818) 441-2444 (213) 682-1600 Established in 1980. . .we just got here in time to celebrate the 100 th birthday of South Pasadena . . . but. Watch For Our Ad In The 200 th Birthday Issue Of Your Local Newspaper PENGUINS WILL GO FREE. Don't be alarmed. The Penguin’s that will roam your neighborhood are all sweet, and very lovable So much so, you’ll want to pick a little one up. Like a aip of free Dutch Chocolate. Or a free Very Derry. Or any one of 30 Penguin’s Place Frozen Yogurt flavors. All FREE -Vxi. have the taste of premium ice cream with about half the calories. And all are great with any one of over 40 delicious toppings. «. 7 But beware. Unlike , V most Penguin’s, this particular species j has been known to iY fiy. And especially ’) now that they’re “-'S free. FREE VERY LOW CALORIE FROZEN YOGURT This offer is only valid on: January 9, 1988 Ln 03 Fair Oaks Avenue South Pasadena In Von’s Center (818) 799-0643 | -n r...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — South Pasadena Journal — 2 March 1988
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Oneonta Club’s history dates back to 1923 [Newspaper Article] — South Pasadena Journal — 2 March 1988
Oneonta Club’s history dates back to 1923 In 1923 a group of 12 men in South Pasadena gathered to discuss the need for a group which would provide supportive fellowship in the area. The Oneonta Club was the result. The club continues today almost unchanged in any way. It has a limited membership to 300, and membership is by invitation only and represents a cross section of the leadership in South Pasadena, San Marino, Pasadena, Alhambra and other San Gabriel Valley cities. The non-sectarian, nondenominational club meets monthly for dinner programs in Gray Hall at Oneonta Church, featuring speakers from the arts, crafts and all professional fields drawing from the talent of California as well as other areas. The club name is an Indian word meaning either “place of peace” or “place of hills.” Authorities differ as to the Indian derivation. It is the name of a town in New York State where both Henry E. Huntington and his uncle, Collis P. Huntington, had their homes. Empire-builders, th...
Centennial history featured on book tour [Newspaper Article] — South Pasadena Journal — 2 March 1988
Centennial history featured on book tour The first book published by the South Pasadena Library will be among 47 books in an exhibit which will tour libraries in the western United States as part of the Western Books Exhibition sponsored by the Bounce and Coffin Club. “South Pasadena: A Centennial History,” by Jane Apostol, will be among the books in the tour chosen for good design and good printing. The Bounce and Coffin Club takes its name from two parts of a hand press: the rounce, or handle, and the coffin, or bed of the press in which the type is placed. Founded in 1931 by a group of Southern Californians interested in books and fine printing, the club held its first Western Books Exhibition in 1939. Books honored each year are added to the permanent collection of the Occidental College Library. Ward Bitchie, who designed the centennial history, grew up in South Pasadena and was a regular patron of the library. He began his career as a book designer and fine printer in 1932, se...
City’s historical—cultural landmarks [Newspaper Article] — South Pasadena Journal — 2 March 1988
City’s historical—cultural landmarks Thirty one structures and sites and one business district have been named to the list of cultural heritage landmarks in South Pasadena, noting the city’s 100 years of existance and the years before cityhood in 1888. The list of historical sites include the following, as included in the centennial history of South Pasadena written by Jane Apostol: • Adobe Flores, 1804 Foothill St. Built around 1845. •Oaklawn Bridge and waiting station, comer of Fair Oaks and Oaklawn. Built in 1906. • War Memorial Building, 435 Fair Oaks Ave. Built in 1921. • Garfield House, 1001 Buena Vista St. Designed in 1904. • Meridian Iron Works, 913 Meridian Ave. Opened around 1887. • Wynyate, 851 Lyndon St. Built in 1887. • Watering trough and wayside station, Meridian Avenue between Mission and El Centro. Built in 1906. • South Pasadena Bank Building, 1019 El Centro St. Built in 1904. • Oaklawn Portals, Oaklawn Avenue and Columbia Street. Erected in 1905. • South Pasadena ...
Cycleway opened [Newspaper Article] — South Pasadena Journal — 2 March 1988
Cycleway opened The old Los Angeles-Pasadena cycleway, portions of which remain to this day along the side of the Arroyo Seco, was an idea both ahead of and behind its time. The cycleway was planned to provide nine miles of bikeway running between the Hotel Green in Pasadena. In reality, only 7000 feet of cycleway was completed, ending at Sycamore Grove Park. The cycleway was 20 feet high and 10 feet wide, with rails at the side which were five feet high and netted with barbed wire. There was room for four abreast. On opening day, some 600 bicyclists paid five cents a piece to ride on the smooth board tracks. However, the novelty soon wore off and cyclists returned to dirt roads or sidewalks. Since that time, there has been considerable discussion about construction of another bikeway along the Arroyo, and the city of Los Angeles has actually completed a small portion of such a route, starting at the old termination point, Sycamore Grove Park.
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — South Pasadena Journal — 2 March 1988
OXY BLIND &amp; I SHADE CoT FAMILY OWNED « OPERATED SINCE 1926 WINDOW COVERING I PLAIN &amp; FANCY tyiitJieb f/hu/A fflabadena dfxififip &gt; J /Ui (inlay • DRAPERY HARDWARE OXY BLIND &amp; SHADE CO, (213) 255-3177 4435 YORK BLVD. EAGLE ROCK 90041 1/2 BLOCK EAST EAGLE ROCK BLVD. El Special section staff Publisher..Oran W. Asa Executive editor..Roger Swanson Section editor. .Kim Garrison Writers..Charles Cooper, Sally Clouse Photos.. Janice Ridenour Production-Tom Nielsen, Ward Drake Advertising-Bill Moore .AZA C A r L - 112 “Nobody love a good sale more than me... except maybe him.” • Value in Shopping • Easy Freeway Access • Lots of Free Parking EAGLE OI PLAZA 2700 COLORADO BOULEVARD (213) 256-2147 Where the Glendale and 134 Freeways meet Open Daily 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — South Pasadena Journal — 2 March 1988
(213) 254-2230 Of €RGL€ ROCH* 5079 MAYWOOD OPEN 7 DAYS SRLUT6S SOUTH PflSflD€Nfl ON IT'S 100 TH BIRTHDRV MARCH SPECIAL SOLID WOOD • 4 DRAWER PINE STUDENT DESK / $ll9 (REG. $129) SALES ENDS MARCH 31, 1988 . . Maywood 1888-1988 LET'S CELEBRATE SOUTH PASADENA APRIL 1988 LOOKING BACK IN HISTORY B £ * JANUARY 1988 TOURNAMENT MAY 1988 PICNIC IN THE PARK FEBRUARY 1988 WE LOVE SOUTH PASADENA PROSES JUNE 1988 A NIGHT AT THE RIALTO MARCH 1988 CENTENNIAL BIRTHDAY JULY 1988 FESTIVAL OF BALLOONS Happy Birthday South Pasadena! from Lizardi &amp; Associates
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — South Pasadena Journal — 2 March 1988
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